It's taking over the Hudson spot on College Avenue.
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It's part travelogue, part wine tour, and part cookbook, covering Northern Italy.
A guide to our favorite hidden, and sometimes not-so-hidden, secret dishes around S.F.
Also, Ippuku in Berkeley is now doing a soba lunch menu.
Also, the A16 and RN74 chefs are trading kitchens for April Fool's Day.
Also, AQ gets nominated for Best New Restaurant.
The Bold Italic "nerds out" over Neapolitan pizza with a new listicle, complete with oven types, cooking times and temperatures, for eight of the city's best margherita pies, from A16 to Zero Zero. They do not, however, crown a favorite....
Chef Waxman will be in town promoting his new book at a special dinner in his honor.
The options include just-northern and just-southern wine clubs inspired by the lists at SPQR and A16, respectively.
Also, A16 is quieter than it used to be.
Clearly Clive is more the foodie than Nicole, because the now-mustachioed Brit actor has graduated from Zuni and was spotted dining at A16 two Sundays ago, and also spotted at Frances on Friday, though we only have this random twitteration...
Also, Pollo Campero may not be moving into that Payless after all.
More fodder for the S.F.-NYC rivalry, via a NYT food writer.
Places like Zero Zero have given in and started taking them.
Shaw is rumored to be heading off to do some traveling.
Michelle Mah and John Hara, both formerly at Midi, will be the opening team at The Brixton.
Also, reminder, A16 reopens on Tuesday.
A16 is becoming celebrity central. Or maybe it always was and we just never make it to the Marina?
Also, the new chef starts at Absinthe tonight.
The A16/SPQR owner and wine director talks to Grub Street about Italian wines.